The road to recovery is a long one -- especially after suffering from a stroke. Randy Travis is still on that bumpy path following a stroke in July of last year, despite making lots of progress since then.
Neal McCoy‘s first album after releasing a greatest hits collection in June 1997 was praised for being smooth and easy to listen to, but at least one reviewer hoped McCoy would have been more adventurous. The singer unleashed ‘Be Good at It’ 15 years ago today (Oct. 28).
The second single from Neal McCoy‘s ‘XII’ album is a breezy little country swinger called ‘Shotgun Rider.’ The song fits under one’s arm sweetly, much like the girl the singer is trying to romance.
Neal McCoy didn’t have to go far to find willing extras for the upcoming video for his new song ‘A-OK.’ The singer decided to film the clip in his hometown of Longview, Texas. KYTX reports that McCoy invited anyone and everyone to dance, clap their hands and sing along in the video for the song from his upcoming ‘XII’ album.
Neal McCoy is busier than ever as he nears the quarter-century mark of his recording career.
The next few months will see a flurry of activity from the veteran country star, including a live CD/DVD project and his 12th studio album, ‘XII,’ which was co-produced by his famous friends Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert.
It's the first ever. The Blake Shelton and Friends Cruise aboard the Norwegion Jewel is still quite a ways away, but the buzz is already starting to pick up. And with good reason. Blake is inviting all his friends and fans to join him and other country artists in October of 2012 on a sail around the islands of the South Atlantic...
In their latest video message to fans, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert dropped a bombshell: They’ve decided to collaborate on a full-length album.
But don’t go getting excited for a record of his ‘n’ her duets — as it turns out, it won’t be their album. Instead, they’re working together to produce the next studio set from their friend, Neal McCoy.
Now, that is exciting news. The trouble is (if there is any trouble), it's NOT an album featuring the singing talents of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton. Nope. It's a collaboration with one of the couple's best friends.